Meet Dr. Edward Gottesman

Edward Gottesman, DDS

Dr. Gottesman received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry from the State University of New York at Stony Brook in 1996. He received his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree in 2000 and Certification in Periodontics from the School of Dental Medicine at Stony Brook in 2004 where he has a faculty appointment as a Clinical Assistant Professor. He also received a certificate in Enteral (Oral) Conscious Sedation in 2008. Dr. Gottesman is a board certified periodontist and a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. This certification is awarded after a rigorous examination by The American Board of Periodontology and is a distinction held by fewer than one percent of the dentists in the United States. Furthermore, Dr. Gottesman is the former President of the Board of Directors for the Northeastern Society of Periodontists.

Additionally, through his efforts in education, research and clinical experience, he was honored with Fellowship status in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. In addition to his private practice in Manhattan, Dr. Gottesman lectures nationally and internationally on dental implants, bone grafting and periodontal plastic surgery techniques. He has published articles in peer reviewed journals on gingival grafting techniques for gum recession, techniques for the correction of gummy smiles, achieving success with implants in the aesthetic zone and bone grafting techniques for implants. He also consults for dental implant, tissue regeneration and pharmaceutical companies and is a principal investigator for clinical research conducted by leading dental implant companies.

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Dr. Edward Gottesman is highly regarded in his respective field and frequently publishing in leading professional and medical journals.

Dr. Gottesman is the current President for the Northeastern Society of Periodontists and he regularly volunteers for the Donated Dental Services program, freely providing his dental services to elderly and disabled patients.